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Native Americans Weigh Contaminated Fish Risks

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There's a trend among some Native Americans. They're trying to return to more traditional diets. Many believe various health problems among indian populations are due, in part, to adopting a diet much heavier in sugars, starches and fats then their ancestors diets. But they're concerned that pollution has tainted any of the traditional foods, such as fish. The Great Lakes radio Consortium's Lester Graham reports on communicating the risks of eating contaminated fish to ethnics groups.

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